With competing climate and health crises, widespread racial unrest, and a state budget that prioritizes billionaires over working people, it’s crucial we make our voices heard this November at the ballot box. We know that we need to beat Trump -- and New York also needs so much more than that.
The decisions our leaders make and the actions we all take -- to care for our communities and fight for our values -- in this moment will be deeply felt for generations.
That’s why I’m voting on the Working Families Party line for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Will you join me and take the Vote WFP pledge? ([link removed])
When you vote on the WFP line, it’s not just a signal of your candidate preference; you’re also participating in a collective effort to build the progressive movement we need to win the state we deserve.
This year, more than ever, as the WFP faces a higher requirement for votes on the ballot line, we need to have our Party’s back and ensure we continue racking up victories for working people now and in the future.
Will you pledge to vote on the Working Families party line this November? ([link removed])
This election -- take the pledge and join me in voting on the Working Families Party line for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. And if you can, volunteer with WFP ([link removed]) to help get more progressives like us to do the same.
Please stand with me again and vote on the WFP line to send a clear message that you’re a progressive.